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  1. nitba
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    problem

    a. I know your problem. You don't have to explain it to me. I have the same problem myself.
    b. I know your problem. You don't seem to have realized it yet. Let me explain it to you.

    Is the sentence 'I know your problem' used correctly in the two cases above?

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    Re: problem

    Yes.

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